Urological illness can weigh on you, decreasing your quality of life. Daily discomfort and chronic pain can stop you in your tracks. If you or someone you love is suffering from one or more of these conditions, don’t miss another second! Our team of experts are waiting to find a treatment plan that works for you.
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Testosterone is a hormone made in the testicles and helps boys develop male features like muscle strength, and facial and body hair. Testosterone is also needed to produce sperm. Testosterone levels usually decrease with age which could lead to a deficiency called Low-T.
The inability to conceive a child affects many couples. Up to 50% of the cases stem from male-related problems. However, it is important to understand that most infertility does not come from sterility. It is usually due to a low a sperm count, low sperm motility or blocked sperm ducts. Infertility can also be cause by hormonal, chromosomal, or unknown abnormalities.
The inflammation, swelling or irritation of the prostate gland. It is often caused by a bacterial infection. There are three categories of prostatitis: Acute Bacterial Prostatitis, Chronic Bacterial Prostatitis, and Chronic Non-Bacterial Prostatitis or Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome.
A testicle that hasn't moved down from the scrotum. In typical development, the testicles begin developing in early pregnancy and descend at 32-34 weeks. This affects 3 percent of full-term male children. Typically, the testicle(s) will descend on their own. By 6 months of age, less than 1 percent of babies will still have issues.